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Humpback Rocks Visitor Center and Mountain Farm

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Humpback Rocks Visitor Center and Mountain Farm

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The hike to Humpback Rock is a short distance but a very steep and strenuous climb. it was worth it though. When you get to the Rocks, you have a great view of the valley and in October, the many colors of autumn
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When my friend and I walked this trail in July there were surprising abundant wildflowers and butterflies. I also saw and/or heard several wood thrush. We hiked up the steep trail and returned by way of the less steep AT so it was a loop. If I return I would repeat that route
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This was a 'good' hike. It was challenging but the payoff was marvelous. If anyone tells you that someone forgot the switchbacks on this hike - believe them. It's almost a straight shot up the hill. We haven't hiked since March in AZ and we were a bit out of shape. However - it
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Humpback rocks trail (that starts right across the BRP) was an excellent hike....The view from the top of the trail was magnificent. Would highly recommend this hiking trail
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Take this one slow. Says the hike is less than a mile but it seems like 4 miles. It’s a steep incline from the parking lot until about the last 1000 ft. I saw everyone from young kids 3-4 years old to people in their 70’s on this trail but I didn’t seen anyone power up this
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